The Devil Makes Three | A Little Bit Faster And A Little Bit Worse

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A Little Bit Faster And A Little Bit Worse

by The Devil Makes Three

Here it is Our live Album. A little bit faster and a little bit worse. Some old songs some new all of them live.
Genre: Country: Country Folk
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1. Black Irish
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2. Beneath the Piano
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3. Tow
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4. Shades
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5. Man Tap
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6. Uncle Harvey's Plane
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7. Robot
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8. Jug Band
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9. North Carolina
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10. Bangor Mash
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11. St James
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Mixing styles from the ragtime and country music of the twenties and thirties to the rock and roll and punk music of their adolescence, The Devil Makes Three pushes the boundaries of acoustic music. Citing influences as varied as Steve Earle, the Reverend Gary Davis, Memphis Jug Band, and Django Reinhardt, the band combines tight vocal harmonies with idiot-savant finger style guitar to create an exciting and original sound.
Since releasing their first album in 2002, the band has played to capacity crowds up and down the West Coast, and has shared bills with Robert Earl Keen, Paul Thorn, Drag The River and Lucero.
Fast friends since their childhood in rural Vermont, Pete Bernhard (guitar), Lucia Turino (upright bass), and Cooper McBean (guitar, tenor banjo) are currently based in Santa Cruz, CA where they enjoy regular airplay on local radio stations KPIG 107.5, KKUP 91.5, and many others nationwide. The band is currently working on their second full-length album, and is planning to tour extensively over the coming months.

If you like The Devil Makes Three Pete Bernhard also has a solo album for sale on cdbaby. cdbaby.com/cd/bernhard.


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Tanya Chavez

Love The CD! Great musicians and great voice!
The CD was shipped quickly. The lyrics go perfectly with the tone of Pete's voice. The instruments make the songs just right!

katie

love this band!!!
The CD was great and it was shipped quickly. It's a great live version of the band's already awesome songs!

kevin

great live album it is like i was there
nice 3rd album great choice of songs.lokking foward to there next album.

elephantrider

totally dancable
I heard some of the tracks off this cd... and only dreamed about seeing them live. So it was only logical that I purchase this cd. I was so confident that I would love this band from only the few brief encounters with their songs.. that I purchased all three cds at the same time. I was so excited when they came in and this cd in particular makes me drink, dance, clap, jig, skip, cry, yell... It's excellent-KC

Donald

LOVE IT!!!
First my Daughter loves the song about the airplane. She demands that we listen to that CD anytime she's in the car. So you've got a new fan there. I love it as well.

Just wish y'all would make your way to NC for a show. Maybe with the Avett Brothers?

Alison Chaiken

The first alt-country party album
The Devil Makes Three are amazing high-speed instrumentalists and their songs have equally catchy tunes and creepy lyrics. If anyone can make acoustic music hip again, it's the Devil Makes Three. The album has all the excitement of their live shows but has a clean sound too.

Julie English

DM3 tells it like it is
I love the live sound, hearing calusses slide on the guitar strings, strong, thoughtful voices telling stories perhaps many can relate to. how bout an east coast tour? chapel hill, NC is ready! you guys can stay with me.

David Garcia

totally durable!
It slices, it dices, and when you're all done with it, just throw it in the dishwasher. Wait… oh, right, the CD! Yeah, it's good too. These guys rock live, and this CD will make you feel like you're standing front and center at a show.

Kevin Thompson

Great live album to bring back the memories of a live show
This CD brought me back to the last show I saw in Santa Cruz. This recorded show wasn't quite as fast as the show I saw, but it brought me back to the pumping mosh pit of the Blue Lagoon! This is a recording of one of the most engaging live band I've seen in a long time. Thanks for putting a live album out.